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8, A. SRO WK - - - Editor
Friday ADHI 21, 1905,
One year.$ 1.00
Six months. .50
FEN AND SCI8SORQRAPH8
The Grand Lodge K. of H. met
in Columbia yesterday.
Joe J oder son, the eminent actor,
lies dangerously ill in Florida.
Tho Epworth League Confer
ence met in Columbia yesterday.
Colorado had a heavy snow storm
last week from 2 to 5 feet deep.
David Layton'? big mill wai
burned at Florence Friday night
Col Zimmer mun Davis, of Char
leston, will deliver tho memorial
address nt Darlington on the 10th
Kev. J. C. Roper, of Darlington
lost a tine cow last week from cat
ting some nitrate of soda that bad
been spilled in thc lot.
Reduce tho cotton acreage and
a victory will be won for thc farm
ers. Plant a big crop and become
thc laughing slock of the world.
"The farmer," says an Exchange
"who does not endeavor to raise his
homo supplies this year is nu enemy
to himself aud working against his
Thc United States Supreme
Court declares that no law can in
terfere with the rights of contract
between individuals. Contracts
between individu?is are binding as
to agreement and no law can inter
Marion District Conference.
Thc annual conference of the char
??ts in thc Marion District is now in
session al tho Mot nudist, church in our
town. The exercises opened Tuesday
night with a sermon by Rev. Aber
crombie, of llorry county.
Tlie conference organized Wednes
day morning with Bishop Duncan in
the Chair and Hov. W. A. Betts as
Secretar}'. The various committees
wcro appointed nnd the reports from
churches taken up.
President Snyder of Wofford ad?
dieted the conference Wednesday af
ternoon ut 4, and at thc close left foi
Clio, where he made a talk at 8 30
Rev. Wait of Conway preached on
It was the regret of many that Reva*
J. W. Daniel, now of Columbia, and
Wharton of the Ornhanapo mild pm
Cards are out announcing thc mar
ringo of Mr. Frank Caldwell Withers
of Columbia and Miss Laura Eliza
beth Ervin, daughter of Mrs M. W.
Elvin of Benuettsville, on Tuesday
afternoon next, April 2?, at ? o'clock
at thc first Methodist church in Ben
netlsvillc. At home in Columbia af
ter May 10th.
Married in this town at St. Paul's
Episcopal Church on Wednesday eve
ning nt 6 30 April 19th, 1905, by Rev.
Henry ll. Covington, Rector of the
Church of the Holy Comforter, ol
Sumter, Mn. Fitio> tl. HOLLIS, the
popular manager of the Ben Det ts ville
Warehouse nnd Miss BUENA VISTA
DUDLEY, daughter of the Into Capt
T. E. Dudley and one of the h lightest
and heat Howers of Benuettsville So
For weeks the happy event has
been the talk of the town, and we
didn't woudor thul tho church would
not hold all who desired to witness the
Thc church waa beautifully decor
ated in thc colors of pink and green,
and tho music furnished hy the Ben
uettsville Musical Club, of which she
was President, was simply grand.
Mr. E H. Suheimer, of Greenville,
wits ''best man" nnd gave the bride
away. Miss Minnie Hollis, sister ol
tho groom, was maid of honor.
The atiendan ts were beautifully at
tired in white anti carried colored car
nations. The britle wore a traveling
di ena of brown and carried a large ho
quet of white carnations.
The bride was led into tho church
leaning on thc arin of her maid ol
honor hy a chorus of young ladies 15
in number Binging, "hero comes the
brillo.'' Tho groom with bia best man
came in through the vestry room and
met the bride in the aisle. The ring
service was moil, and the responses
chnr anti firm, The attendants wee
Miss Eliza Crosland with Mr. Jae.
Miss -lidia Stewart with M . W. L
Miss Alice Jennings with Mr. C. W.
Miss Mattie McCall with Mr. F. S.
The ushers were Capt Dan C. Pate
and Mr. Robert Pratt.
The happy couple left on tho B.&C.
7 t.'cluck train for a trip north to spend
a few week s
FOR LIFE, FIRE and HAIL
Apply to or write
T. W. Kcm;t;(?3,
Will be at Mis?ni), ?nturdny 221! itiHt.
Olio 24th, (i.llHUM 26th,
DrifditHvdlo, Qoodwln'i Mi,!, 27th
lt E. MOOTH'H Sloro 28th.
Agoneics rcpreeeiitod uro portai tly mfo and
rerti-ODublo in tunas. Moot ina and in
fCfttlgalo for jourtelvcH.
sasstz sam ssssr
A little girl upon her dying 1
to pass through tho valley and
beyond, said to her father who
when I am placed in my little \
laid to rest, I wish you woult
are folded upon my breast,
something beautiful for God."
"Something beautiful for God."
Who paiuts tho petaled flowers ?
From whotoe their swcot perfui
Whoso baud envelopes them will
Who placed the sun in yonder v
With power to pieroe tho mists
Who furrowed vales and lifted u
Whore lilies dwol beside tho crj
" Something beautiful for God "
Dost thou not know 'tia ho who
''Something beautiful for God !"
Through opal Kates at evening's
Take thou to Him the flowers o
Not evanescent bloom nor earth
He needs not thoso, for space a
And even limo mid vast eternity
Beloog to Him who mado tho h
And wouldst thou hope to gain
Help those whore feet nomo tho
Thus make thy life "Something
MARLBORO BAPTIST UNION.
Delegates from the Baptist churches
of Marlboro county will meet iu a
Uuion at Tatum on the fifth Saturday
and Suuday in April. Tho lol lowing j
order of exercise will be carried out:
10 to 10.15 Devotional exercises aud
10.15 to 10 30 Reports from churches
10.30 to ll 30 The Essential Factor
in the Growth of a Church.
1. The puBtor'8 part- A T Rogers
2. Member's part-M. Mclaurin.
11.30 to 12,30 Revivals in our
1. The kind we need-J. J. Lane.
2. How brought about--S L. Swope|
10 to ll The Sunday school as an
Agency of Power.
11 a. m.-Sermon by R. Ford.
Experiments With Cotton.
Editor Democrat-I tested four
different kinds of cotton lest year,
giving eaclt an equal showing
"King." Russell big boll," "Texas
wootl," and "Edwin Coxo's :
Thc King made 2147 pounds per
Russell big boll 2350 pound per
Texas Wood 2500 pounds per
Coxe's 2G50 pounds per acre.
Please publish it for the benefit |
of the farmers, if there ?" bc
Mr Editor.-The Coxe referred
to in the'above report is E. A.
Coxe of Brownsville, who bas been
experimenting with a "cross be
tween Texas Wood and Sea Island
cotton seed. He has perfected the
cross and'now has a seed that will
yield an average of 41 pounds of
Lint to every hundred pounds of
seed cotton. He bas found none to
beat it, and besides tito lint grades
high bringing 2 to 5 cents more on
the market titan other cotton. I can
supply seed this season at ?1.00 per
E. A. Coxe,
Blenheim, S. C
R. P. D. No. 2.
Too Good To Keep.
A young lady here tells her
chum that when she received
her first masculine kiss she felt
as if something was running
down ber nerves on leet of dia
monds escorted by little Cupid
in Chariots drawn by Angels
shaded by honey suckers and
canopied by melted rainbows.
Was not thatdeligheful I There
is nothing better, except those
delicious Candies now on sale
atDougla'8 Drug Store,
FREE AS THE AIR.
OWING to the Charcoal and ether ingre
Keltam's Sure Cire
It stimulates and excites the digentivo or
gans and juices to perform their natural
functions. This once done, you soon find
your lifo brightened, your heall h restored,
and your Indigestion removed. Yes, not
like thc artificial or pepsin digestives that
helps only for a time, cures permanently
by curing naturally, Now to provo this,
wo ask you to call and got n bottle. Wc
do not ask you to pay a cent, only to show
you what wo have, if you aro an unfortu?
unto member of tho vast army of dyspep
tic?-Bullering with sour stomach, heart
burn, blues, ncrvoiiHicas,
J. T. DOUGLAS,
Apl 20. Druggist.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS
E.~TATK JAMKS T. COVINGTON.
NOTICE is hereby given to all parties
having claims of any kind agninst thu
Estate of James T, Cdvington, deceased,
to present them duly attested, and all in
debted to said estate to make immediate
payment to tho undersigned
JOSEPH T. COVINGTON,
April i8, 1905. Administrator.
-- Another supply of that S.
H. Molasses, just in, at E. Pow
ers Grocery, at 6fi cents.
iitiful for God.
bed realizing that 6hc was soon
the shadow out into thc great
was holding hcrhand : "Papa
viii f e casket, and before I am
11 i into my hands, as they
some bright flowers-I want
O ohild of oarth 1
Wno gives them birth ?
ao and raiubow bues V
d heavenly dews ?
lest ro??-t die ?
ip the billi?
ratal rills r
O child of enrth !
gives thom blrtb ?
When thou Bbalt go
I loving deeds,
nd land and ROU
n heavenly go ll
roy path havo trod ;
bountiful for God."
Red Bluff Cemetery.
All who have kindred or
friends buried in this Cemetery
or who feel interested in clean
ing up and beautifying the same j
are requested to meet on the
grounds on Friday morning the
28th of April at 10 o,clock, with
rakes and hoes that loved ones
may be remembered. Surely
you won't forget this pleasant
duty to ttie dead.
Attention Camp licucgnu
The regular meeting of Camp ITcne
gan No. 7Ub\ U. C. V., will be held
in the Court House at Bennetlsville |
ut lia. m., on the first Monday in
The annual election of olllcers will
be held, and delegates will ho chosen
to represent our camp at tho reunion
to he held in Louisville, Ky , in June,
and also thc State Reunion, if any is
lo bc held.
all comrades will come prepared lo
pay their dues. All in arrears for
more than one year will be dropped
from thc roll. A full attendance is de
I aired, as business of importance is to
J. li. GREEN, V. C.
C. M. Weatherly, Adjutant.
Now Curo for Cancer,
All surface cancers are now known to
bo curable, by Bucklcu'a Arnica Salve.
Jas Wultcrs, ol Duffield, Yu., writes:
"I had a cancer ou my lip for years, thal
seemed incurable, till Buckleo'd Arnica
" .ire still geil ii ; soma v.:
at W. M. Rowe's
Letters addressed to tho following named
persons remain uncalled for at tho pout
office in Benucttsville :
\\?n McCray, J.unen Smith, C II Hull ir
E C Covington, T J Moore, J S H >gerH,
Clarence Ellorbo, Q W Edwards, E H DCUH
J .-une? Dimcrv.
SuHon Polly, Fannie Allen, Henriotta
Malachi Joaio Pioraon, Manta Wilton, Tie
mer Jackson, Mrs M F Mosa.
Take Care Of The Nickels.
"Careful saving and careful spend
ing invariably promote success."
says Marshall Field. "It is not
what a man ennis, but what ho
saves, that makes him rich. John
Jacob Astor once said that the
saving of his first thousand dollars
cost him the hardest struggle. As
a rule, people do not know how
to save. The average young man
of today when he begins to earn is
inclined to habits of extravagance
Ho gets the idea that he must in
dulge in habits corresponding to
those ol Borne other young men,
without regard to what he carns,
and he imagines he can not bc
manly without it. The 5, 10 or
15 cents a day that he squanders,
while apparently a trille, would,
if*saved, in a few years amount to
thousands of dollars, and go far
towards establishing the (bunda?
tion of his future career. Too
few realizo that in order to ac
quire dollars one must take care
of tho nickels. Tho youi g man
should begin lo save the moment
he begins to tarn, be the saving
ever HO little, und if he does so thc
habit will be of incalculable ben
efit to bira in after life."
Under authority of act passed by
last sossiou of thc Legislature authori
zing tbe trustees of Clio School Dis
trict, D, to issue bonds for the purpose
of purchasing or exchanging school
site, erecting school building thereon,
and c<|uipping thc same, the under
signed trustees hereby name tho '27th
day of April as election day.
All qualified voters are cr titled to I
vole for or against the issuing of said
W. M. Reedy, Chairman.
C. S. Evans.
H. C. Herring.
NOTICE OF FINAL DISCHARGE.
W. E. BREEDEN, WARI?.
HAVING filed in the Probate Judge's
office ot Marlboro County my return
as Guardian ol W. E. breeden, Notice
is hereby given that I will apply to said
Court on thc 22d day ol April 1905 lor
final discbarge as such Guardian,
B. E. MOORE, Guardian.
March 22, 1905.
OUR SPRING STOCK!
HAVE ll ?iOODS VO?
Wl? ?i ?OUR TRADE?
uxxc3L Soo !
We have a rb treat in >tore for you. Our showing
this Spring wii outclass i ny previous occasion. Our
collection has been selectedfrom New York, Boa
ton, Philadeip h .: ii liimore. We have the best
that can be found in ; 113 mnrk??.
Our Mi [ ; r j Department?
STEVENS this s?
the best. If y
will get allai o;
Our stock thi
thing others DI
elusive, new an
managed by Miss NANNIK
anti rou will lind lier us good as
ll ci ?ult with Miss Stevens, you
: i,: to date and becoming.
ii 00 large to enumerate. Re
find at our Store sotne
Our styles are always ex
In this Pepa nen will find all of the Stylish
Novelties far si . Comprising all tile new
Weavea in SILKS, ' EA0LIN3, ETAMINES, BA
TISTES. SILK : r! : ORGANDIES, and tho Most
varied stock of ? <?? ? Wash Fabrics in the city.
The most of y 1 ir reputation on Embroide
ries and Laces, larveis of delicacy ?fe beauty
julies RE ? J WEAR Ganiienls
We keep the
in tile city. 1
Shirt Waist Sn
All-Over Nets, La?
late stock in the above line
Shirt Waist Suits, Wasli
lists in Silk, Muslin, Batiste
SH ) rr SUPPERS, m
Iiiivo nil yf u cnn
and Children. ST]
Men uud BOJB.
WE hnvc A SUI'
AgontH for Sc
aud Extra. Kues I'n
J ul ure ?
Rt inakon to bo Ind-White Canva",
50. Drew Selby & Co., for Ladies
celebrated WALK.OVER SHOES for
HIST FIT YOU. Come now. Role
that fi?;. Complete Stock Hoya Suits
?leaper than some others.
M ch 30, H
iL, and make MV STORE
ti the city.
t favors und soliciting
Sennettsville, S C.
THU] "1900" V SAVES W
VOlI ARK RUBBING
X Also I lie lite ol Your (
your old iVusli Hoard ?ind 1
1-t washes a whole Tub
as a ."-?nulo purulent, and a
panic on a Wa.-l; Board.
The "1900" Washer is
built on scientific prin
ciples. li revolves ou
hall hotmogs, which
renders thc rotary mo
lion a? FASV as tho
\Vll3cld ol' a High
It saves Time, Labor,
Money and Clothes
It lias no Sunerior as
Half the time, hali thc i
TICA It of the Clothes, eau
For (u lt her particular:
M noli i nes always in
Tehruary 23, I Dor}.
our attention, please.
AWAY, or tho lile rd tome other woman.
au OLD WASH BOARD buy aside
UJrfT AS 10 AS Y and JUST AS QUICK
r, and quicker than you possibly can wash
It washes all kimis am.
prudes of materials,
from the finest Luces
to thc coarsest l'abiic
THAR, or Breaking
It is guaranteed to do
A Till AL will prove
all wc claim.
, with more than Half tho WK All, and
;ry home that has a "1900" Washer.
rid calalouuc. write or call on
jil Hardware Co.,
M o C O L L , S. C.
Aguets for this Territory.
Gunn s Sectio:
This Book Case
Exposition as be
Karpiris Gc nui.
?AH Wire ]ST<>isele
I carry a lull 1
what you want,
and promise yon
March 14, 1905.
I a gobi medal at the St. Louis
sectional Book case made.
loar?s, Room Suits,
rm lo WITH AUTOMOBILE
y Ut l o WHKKLS,
er Couches an? chairs,
bm Beds In ?o>f
s for iron Bods,
Springs, 120 spirals, 1,75
3 to 12,50 for Best
?;L designs and all grades.
L Close Out).
imiture. If T do not have
. quickly. I solicit your trade
BENNKTT3VILLE, 8. C.
East Side Public Square.
Mow to Get Mich!
PLANT MY PROLIFIC CORN. Only 500
17 bushels left for seed purposes. $1.00 ppr bushel f. o. b.,
jester, S. C.-(To Marlboro and Scotland county Farmers. It
3 well worth.$5.00 per bushel I gathered lust year from 85
o 105 bushels tier acre) and use "genuine Peruvian Guano."
iuarantoed analysts Phos. Acid. S 50, Ammonia 8 :>0, Potash 2. This is tho bos'
iuano offered tho publie in 25 or 30 years It will uniko a Gue Top I)reeder. As
litratc of Soda is so high. tqis is a fino substitute. This Uuuno is good at bottom
r OD top. and prices all rieht By commercial valu>>, thoaper than any Guano OD
ho market. If io need of any drop mo a Postal card, und will fill your ordere
?romptly and cause you to njoico at Harvest Timo. Ouly a few hundred Tons left
or this seagull
B. E. MOORE.
Agent Marlboro & Scotland Counties
Bennettsville, S. C., R. P. D. 4.
Mareil IC, 1904.
Practical Pharmacist and Dealer in
?pure B?nigs and patent Mlcdiciiics.l
WE ?LS ? C?RRY
J PAINTS, OILS,
T BRUSHES of all Wnds,
* VARNISH and STAINS,
o PREPARED PAINTS,
? WINDOW GLASS,
Li ES j LAMPS, SHADES, Etc.
FINE CIGARS AND TOBACCO. -
STA XI) A III) MEDICINES,
CHEMIC A LS,
CO I LET and Fancy Article*,
PERFUHMER Y, SO A I'S,
Hil USU ES, SPONGES,
i TA TIONA II Y a nd S UPI*
*?* Prescriptions carefully compounded at all liours
and guaranteed to be of Ike Purest Drugs and at
A full line Garden Seed & Onion Sets.
Thankful for past patroiingo yours for a prosperous new year.
J Ti DOUGLAS,
Jaanu.y 1, 1905.
AT TEE OLD ST&KD
HARDWARE OF WM
Do you wamit the best Hay Press
that has ever been on our
We have a car Load of them and
are selling them at $60 each.
If You expect to buy a BUGGY, a WAGON
or ? ?"nirn OF TT,* n>TT"iN^ bc sure to -come
I Ha vt?, just Keceixred Two Oar
Ito?cife of B?^fc?L^ One Oar
./MM of which 1 mn going
It will be to your interest to see me before
buying any ot these.
Sept 8, 1904.
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Our jyn^-^r Laine
-'-THE DIRECT WAY
BENNETTSVILLE & CHER AW R. R.
S E.I? O ARI)
A IR LINK HA IL WA Y.
Leave Bennettsville *7.0f> a. m., 7.00 p. m.
Arrive Cheraw 8.10 p. m.
DAILY KXCKPT SUNDAY.
* Direct connections at. Cheraw with tliroui^h trains to
tho North, East, South and Weat.
The short line and <|uickest time lu Wilmington, ('Iiorlotte, Atlanta,
Raleigh; Richmond, Washington, Haltinioro, Philadelphia, New Vork,
Huston. Buffalo, Pittsburg and all points North aud East.
Tho hhort line an J quickest limn totColumbia, Savannah, Jacksonville,
Tampa, Mont/;oiuery, New Orleans and all points South and West.
Fot further information tail on J, T. MEDLIN, agent Bennettsville & ^$
?? Cheraw lt. R.. BcDnottsvillo.S. C., or address H. h. BURROUGHS 0
T. P A., SEAUOABD Am LINK KV., Columbia, S. C. ^
0 CHARLES P. STEWART, A. (J. P. A., S.A.L, Ky, Savannah, Ga. ||
Makes poor horses and mules fat without bloating. It
does this hy first thoroughly cleansing the system of
all impurities, allowing perfect assimilation of food,
thereby creating solid muscle and fat.
Horses and mules improve in appetite and spirits
after the first few doses, the hair sheds, and the new
coat is always sleek and glossy.
Ashcraft's Condition Powders are packed in doses,
without "filler," and good for horses and mules only.
It is a most powerful tonic and appetizer, being the
formulai of a practical veterinarian of over a quarter of a century's
experience. It is easily thc foremost remedy in its class on the
American market to-day. Price 25 cents package.
SMITH NEWTON, Bennetts ville, S. C
MoCOLL DRUG CO., McColl, S. 0.
BEN TI ST j
OWICK Up stairs iu Cropland Building,
I*Ii one ISO.
BENNBTTBVILLK. B. C.
H. NEWTON, J KN NI NU 3 K. OW KN 8.
NEWTON <fc OWENS,
Attorney 8 at Law,
I?BNNBTT8VILLE, 80. CA. .
Offices Over Planters National Bank.
. Attorney at Law,
Bennettsvilie, 8. O.
Office OD Durl/Dgton street near Posta
'elegranb office january, 1899.
fl Attorney at Law and
Offloo in Court House. v
E. C. MORRISON,
Electrician . - Machinist,
BEN NETTS VILLE, 8. O. </
P. O. BOX 98. PHONE 111.
Contractor for Electrical work and dealer
in Kleotricul supplies. Hot Air Pump
ing EngincB and Oas Engines installed.
l'ipe-fitttiDg and general machino work.
August 20, 1903.
Speoials at Moore's.
Canned Tripe 20c each or 2 for
Heinzs Pickle-fresh and good.
Fresh jelly-assorted-only 10.
Armour's Sausage in tomato
sauce only IO cents.
Heinze's "White Wino Vinegar
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CHANUK OF SCHEDULE.
SKABOARD Air Lint RAILWAY.
Tlie Seaboard Air '.?..o Ry sched
ule waa changed on January lOtb.
Trains loave Cberaw, S. CY, aa follows:
Northbound No Gil at 8:05 a. tn.
No 50 at 9:24 p. m.
Southbound No 57 at 8:05 a. m.
" No 27 at 10:40 p. na.
The Benneltsviile ami Oheraw lt.
ll., leaving Benneltsviile at 7.05 a.
ni , connect with No 60 anti No 57.
The afternoon ttain leaving Ben
nettsville at 7 p. m. givra Bennette
ville people an opportunity lo take
tiB?IIU No 50 ami No 27.
FOR S AUB!
A Bicycle for a lady or Gents
color Black or Bluo with 28 in
wheels and rubbor tiros.
S. J. Pearson.